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Abelia x grandiflora 'Confetti (Syn. A. chinensis variegata)'

Abelia x grandiflora 'Confetti (Syn. A. chinensis variegata)'£9.95

This attractive shrub is semi-evergreen and low growing that needs a sheltered site. The narrow leaves are variegated with a cream and pink edge showing off the pretty pale pink flowers which occur on the shrub in late summer. H: 60cm. Hardy -5.


Amelanchier rotundifolia 'Edelweiss'

Amelanchier rotundifolia 'Edelweiss'£19.95

Extremely attractive hardy shrub, bearing masses of creamy-white flowers in spring, followed by soft, silvery-grey foliage. Fully hardy and tolerant of a wide range of conditions this beautiful plant deserves to be much better known - at present it remains extremely rare in UK horticulture. Slow-growing and supplied at apprixiamtely 12-18" tall. Final height: 1-2m


Artemisia  'Powis Castle'

Artemisia 'Powis Castle'£4.95

Vigorous evergreen subshrub grown for its aromatic silvery grey and finally cut leaves. Sunny, well drained position for best result, and a light trim each spring. Fully hardy. H:1m.


Buddleia davidii 'White Profusion'

Buddleia davidii 'White Profusion'£9.95

A really good white buddleia, producing numerous, fat, full white flower heads in high summer which will attract clouds of butterflies. Once established cut back hard in spring to ward off any tendency to woodiness and to encourage fresh stems in the summer that will bear flowers. Fully hardy. H:1-3m


Buddleia lindleyana

Buddleia lindleyana£14.95

Upright arching shrub, panicles of dark violet flowers are borne in late summer. Fully Hardy. Prefers full sun. Native to China. H: up to 2m


Callistemon 'Mauve Mist'£14.95

Sun-loving and drought-resistant shrub from Australia,. Grown for its mauve 'bottle brush' flowers. Best in full sun, and poor, well drained soil, sheltered from cold northerly winds. In colder areas consider keeping in a pot and over-wintering in a cool glasshouse or conservatory. Hardy to at least 0C and probably -5C when slightly mature, gaining hardiness with age.. H:1-3m


Callistemon pityoides£12.95

This is a small evergreen tree or medium shrub with aromatic olive green, lance shaped leaves. Small pale yellow flower spikes are born in early summer. Plant in neutral to acid, moderately fertile and well drained soil in full sun. H:1m.


Carpenteria californica

Carpenteria californica£24.95

Lovely evergreen shrub with lance shaped glossy green leaves. Bears cup-shaped fragrant white flowers in early-mid summer. Full sun. Well-drained soil. AGM. H:2m.


Ceanothus x delileanus 'Gloire de Versailles'

Ceanothus x delileanus 'Gloire de Versailles'£8.50

Vigorous and deciduous shrub with abundant flushes of pale blue flowers from mid-summer to autumn. Best protected from cold winter winds. AGM. H:1.5m


Cedrus deodara 'Feelin' Blue'£9.99

Dwarf, spreading evergreen conifer, making excellent ground cover and providing a year-round blue-green tone. H:1m


Cestrum elegans

Cestrum elegans£16.00

A vigorous, evergeen shrub with arching branches, mid-green leaves and clusters of pink-red flowers in summer and autumn followed by purple-red fruit. Best grown in full sun and moist but well drained soil, preferably in a sheltered and sunny position. Native to the southern USA and South America to Chile. Hardy to -5C, possibly colder when more mature. Poisonous if ingested.


Chaenomeles speciosa 'Moerloosei'

Chaenomeles speciosa 'Moerloosei'£9.95

Thorny shrub with glossy green leaves. Creamy-pink flowers emerge from pink buds in spring on older wood, followed by large yellow-flushed red fruit in late summer - perfect for jelly-making. Fully hardy and equally content in full sun or even quite pronounced shade. Trim back to shape after flowering but avoid heavy pruning if possible. H:1-2m.

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